Gissing Software, (a Thomson Reuters company) , the leading provider of multi-vendor contribution systems, today announced that Tradition has signed a global deal to deploy Gissing ConteX MCS 4 and Gissing Publishing in it's offices in London, New York, Tokyo and Singapore. The solution will be replacing and rationalising a combination of legacy third party and in-house products and will be used to contribute prices to Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg and other data vendors and to share data internally, commencing October 2009.
Paul Watmough, Gissing Software's Sales & Marketing Director, said " We have been working very closely with Tradition over the past few months to finalise this deal and are delighted to add Tradition to the list of key inter-dealer brokers using our next generation contribution solutions".
"We are confident that this new alliance will improve Tradition's distribution capability and increase the quality of our data. It provides a further step to strengthening Tradition Data’s market presence." says Simon Crees, Global Head of Data, Tradition.
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